Yes I am doing this. I run 275/35/18 RA1's in the front 100% of the time and my 315/30/18 BFG drag radials in the rear 80% of the time. I only run my rear 305/35/18 RA1's for road race events. Is it really worth it to buy 2 gauges?mgarfias said:I've currently got a longacre, quite happy with it. I've also used rebcos as well.
Be aware though, that the gauges are most accurate in the middle of their range. If you're doing around 30psi, you want a 60psi gauge. If you're airing down your slicks for drag racing, you probably want the 30psi gauge (doesn't sound like you are doing this though).